BAFTAs 2017: Red Carpet Fashion
The British Academy Film Awards is always a star-studded occasion. The award show celebrates achievements made in film, but the red carpet is all about celebrating fashion. Check out the red carpet gallery here.
The British Academy Film Awards are always a star-studded occasion. The awards show celebrates achievements made in film, but the red carpet is all about celebrating fashion. Check out the red carpet gallery as we update it with photos live from London's Albert hall.
This year's event seems to be especially star-studded with nominees including Meryl Streep, Natalie Portman, Ryan Gosling, Jeff Bridges, Emma Stone, Viola Davis, Nicole Kidman and more. Check out what these celebs have been wearing to the Golden Globes
here and the SAG Awards here.
Check out the best and worst dressed from the 2017 BAFTAs here.
Laura Whitmore, who is one of the presenters at this evenings Baftas, was one of the first to arrive on the red carpet wearing a stand-out white gown with a sexy thigh-split and gold platform heels
Next to arrive was a barely recognisable Jessica Brown Findlay of Downton Abbey fame. The brunette-turned-blonde wore this full skirted dress, with black leather criss-cross back
There's always one actress who rocks the Tux look and this time its Meryl Streep, who is nominated for Best Actress for her role in Florence Foster Jenkins.
Two recent red carpet trends are in full flight at tonight's Baftas - Julia Stiles opts for the plunging neckline in this floor skimming grey dress and..
In addition to choosing the plunging neckline, Game of Thrones star Sophie Turner also went for an extreme thigh high split in Louis Vuitton.
Ok - lets add tiers to the plunging neckline trend in Chanel Couture. Popular La La Land Best Actress nominee Emma Stone strikes a pose.
Emily Blunt looks fabulous in this unusual graphic fitted bodice with ruffled skirt. The Girl on a Train star is nominated for the Best Actress award.
Seriously could Kate Middleton's dress be any more pretty or better tailored? Don't they just look so happy and comfortable.
Michelle Williams couldn't be any more perfectly pixie in Nicolas Ghesquiere for Louis Vuitton - the Manchester by the Sea nominee for Supporting Actress is nailing this look.
Lion star Divian Ladwa is one of the first stylish men on the red carpet wearing Aquascutum & cuff links by Harrys of London.
Fantastic Beast and where to find them actress, Carmen Ejogo, wearing a plunging tiered dress.
Captain Fantastic star George MacKay looked very handsome in his tux and even had his trademark locks cut for the event!
Virgin Radio presenter Edith Bowman in an unusual sequined number.
Hannah Bagshawe and Eddie Redmayne got a babysitter for little Iris and are all ready for a very special date night hosted by Stephen Fry. Hannah is wearing Alexander McQueen and we love that loose plait.
Recognise Anya Taylor-Joy? Us neither but if she keeps popping up in stand-out dresses like this one, she'll be unforgettable. Word is this creation is by Gucci's Alessandro Michele.
Bryce Dallas Howard took to the red carpet in a daring cut-out, plunging black dress to accompany her father Ron Howard whose documentary, The Beatles: Eight Days a Week, is nominated.
Star Wars star (!) Daisy Ridley in a one shoulder pinafore midi dress, with unusual floral detail.
Fashion designer and Nocturnal Animals director and Bafta nominee, Tom Ford wearing nothing but!
Nominated for Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, J. K. Rowling wearing a beautiful rich colour and slightly less dramatic thigh-high split.
Fences Supporting Actress Bafta nominee Viola Davis stood-out on the red carpet in this striped, flowing, strapless dress.
Another striking couple pose for the cameras - this time its our own Jamie Dornan and his wife Amelia Warner.
Thandie Newton went for a dramatic look with loose, long locks and a floor skimming fitted satin strapless dress.
Victoria actress Laia Costa wore a plunging white two piece and she's also up for the Bafta Rising Star Award alongside our own Ruth Negga.
Irish actress Caitriona Balfe of Outlander fame wore an unusual four-toned, tiered dress.
Amy Adams always looks fab in green and the Nocturnal Animals star kept things simple with her upstyle and David Webb jewellery.
The Tom Ford dress has a beautiful sheer panel and bow detail at the back.
Supporting Actor nominee for Florence Foster Jenkins Hugh Grant and Anna Elisabeth Eberstein, in an unusual sheer/cut-out dress.
Nicole Kidman, nominated for Best Actress in a Supporting Role for Lion, looks super-slim in another plunging neckline gown.
Rogue One actress, Felicity Jones, in a simple, plain black full-length gown.
There's more than a touch of Spring/Summer 2017 about Naomie Harris' pastel combo with floral detail. The Moonlight actress is nominated for the Best Actress award.
Oscar winner Penelope Cruz knows how to make a red carpet statement - she went all out silver sequins.
Andrew Garfield must have got word from Laura Whitmore that its all white on the night. He looks dashing in Burberry. He'll defo be in the spotlight tonight as he's nominated for Best Actor for Hacksaw Ridge.
A bearded Casey Affleck is almost unrecognisable in Louis Vuitton. Perhaps its the look the Bafta nominee needs for his current role in Light of My Life?
Dev Patel wore Burberry collecting his BAFTA for his Best Actor in a Supporting Role in Lion.
Isabelle Huppert looked elegant in vintage inspired Chloe.
Actress Noomi Rapace went all out with her red carpet look with a twneties style bob and fur stole.
Welsh actor Luke Evans looked dapper on the night.
Sam Taylor-Johnson and Aaron Taylor-Johnson make a dashing couple. Sam looks etheral in an embellished Tom Ford.
Felicity Blunt and her husband US actor Stanley Tucci.
Captain Fantastic star Viggo Mortensen looked handsome in Dior Homme.